Students Break Many Records On Sports Day, As Rigel House Triumphs

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Rigel Sports Captains, Amber Laycock and Corey Wilkinson, receive the winners' trophy from Cleethorpes Academy Principal Janice Hornby.


Cleethorpes Academy students were determined to represent their Houses to the best of their ability at their annual Sports Day at King George V Stadium, with academy records being broken in almost every year group.

In the end, the winning House was Rigel and the trophy was accepted by Sports Captains, Amber Laycock and Corey Wilkinson. It was presented by Cleethorpes Academy Principal, Janice Hornby.


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Taylor Washington (Y10), who broke three academy records in the javelin, triple jump and 100m.


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Amelia Hooper (Y10), who won the High Jump.


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Kieran Vines (Y10 Yellow bib) and Corey Wilkinson (Y10 Red bib.


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Lily Smith (Y7 Green bib) and Evie Paterson ( Y7 Red bib).


Sports Day 2017 records

Y7 Boys

Kian Haughey – Triple Jump – 8.42m.

Joshua Easton – Discus – 18.55m.


Y8 Boys

Marcos Sova – 100m – 12.58s.


Y10 Boys

Taylor Washington (3) – 100m – 11.91s / Triple Jump – 10.71m and Javelin – 37.50m.

Jack Mahoney – 800m – 2.21.75.

Jack Pollexfen Smith – 29.45m.


Y7 Girls

Britney Ellis – 100m – 14.42s.

Emily Jasinski and Libby Capes – 3.90m.

Tia-Mae Christy – 1.30m.


Y8 Girls

Libby Cox – 100m – 13.44s.

Libby Cox – 200m – 29.62s.

Georgena Vines – 800m – 3.06.

Lauren Wharton – High Jump – 1.35m.


Y9 Girls

Molly Ann Green – 100m – 13.84s.

Molly Ann Green – 200m – 30.34s.

Molly Ann Green – Long Jump – 4.05m.

Bethany Wharton – Javelin – 17.94m.


Y10 Girls

Amber Laycock – 800m – 2.43.

Amber Laycock – 1500m – 5.55.

Lucy Callender – Javelin – 16.08m.

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Cleethorpes Academy Principal

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David J Hampson
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